The Bubble - A Documentary Film About Celebration, Florida PHILLY SCREENING
Sunday, July 28, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
For one night only in Philadlephia, come see the new film from filmmaker Philip B. Swift, The Bubble - A Documentary Film About Celebration, Florida.
The screening will begin at 7pm on Sunday, July 28th at the Ibrahim Theater in the international House at 3701 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia.
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion led by the filmmaker and special guests along with a Q&A with the audience.
For more info, please visit the website for The Bubble
About The Bubble:
Murder, Sex, Disney. This town has it all. Built on the southern edge of Walt Disney World by the Disney Company in 1994, Celebration, Florida is now home to over 10,000 people attempting to live the perfect life under what they call, 'The Bubble'. For 15 years the peaceful town grew under scrutiny from outsiders and in November of 2010 they had their first murder when a man was beaten with an axe in his own home. In the following investigations, one resident was quoted as saying, 'I never met so many swingers until I moved to Celebration'. Murder. Sex. Disney. This film has it all.
When & Where
Philip B. Swift
Philip B. Swift is a Filmmaker living and working in New York City.
As Digital Filmmaking Artist-in-Residence with Young Audiences New York and a member of the Tribeca Film Institute's Professional Development Team, he integrates the art of Filmmaking into public school classrooms throughout New York City. His short documentary "Sincerely, PV Reese" was shortlisted for the 2010 Vimeo Awards and was the opening night selection at the 2010 Akron Film Festival. Also in 2010, his marriage to Katie Robbins was deemed interesting enough to be in the Vows section of the New York Times.